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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 12:39pm On Aug 01
fratermathy:


Get ready for medical request. Fingers crossed.
@fratermathy @All,
Can one send Documents an Applicant listed in the Table of Content of his CLIENT Information via WEBFORM ,but forgot to Merge it before submission

The documents are :
1) Affidavits of Confirmation of Names from High Court
(Actually all the names there are the same, but not arranged same way in all documents e.g
Arthur, Semedo Marcelo in One Document,
Arthur Marcelo Semedo in another document, Marcelo Semedo Arthur in another)

2) Open Online Course Certifications

NB: They didn't ask for the documents, just want to submit it for the purpose of strengthening an Application cos it was mentioned in the Resume and CV Uploaded and on also listed in the Table of Content of the Client Information

Thanks
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 12:39pm On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:

You are welcome Honorable smiley
In the area of applying for study permit, i wrote about self sponsorship as i should be able to show about 8m naira in my Pof. But someone suggested that since i am married it will be preferable to use my wife’s relative or brother as a sponsor instead of stating that i want to self sponsor. WHat is I don’t have my wife’s relative or sibling that has enough funds to do that for me then what do i do?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by fratermathy(m): 12:47pm On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:

@fratermathy @All,
Can one send Documents an Applicant listed in the Table of Content of his CLIENT Information via WEBFORM ,but forgot to Merge it before submission

The documents are :
1) Affidavits of Confirmation of Names from High Court
(Actually all the names there are the same, but not arranged same way in all documents e.g
Arthur, Semedo Marcelo in One Document,
Arthur Marcelo Semedo in another document, Marcelo Semedo Arthur in another)

2) Open Online Course Certifications

NB: They didn't ask for the documents, just want to submit it for the purpose of strengthening an Application cos it was mentioned in the Resume and CV Uploaded and on also listed in the Table of Content of the Client Information

Thanks

You can but do well to explain why they are important for your application when attaching them.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 12:55pm On Aug 01
fratermathy:


You can but do well to explain why they are important for your application when attaching them.
Alright, noted

Is it OK (safe) to do that will the following is ongoing in one's profile

We are reviewing whether you meet the eligibility requirements

We are processing your background check. We will send you a message if we need more information


Thanks
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by fratermathy(m): 12:57pm On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:
Alright, noted

Is it OK (safe) to do that will the following is ongoing in one's profile

We are reviewing whether you meet the eligibility requirements

We are processing your background check. We will send you a message if we need more information


Thanks

Some people even attach missing documents after getting medical requests. You can attach a document at any point in your application, as long as such document is integral to your application.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 12:59pm On Aug 01
fratermathy:


Some people even attach missing documents after getting medical requests. You can attach a document at any point in your application, as long as such document is integral to your application.
Alright, Roger that...

Thanks for the response
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Zikstar4me(m): 2:17pm On Aug 01
Frankrobbn1:



Did I hear you say you submitted only a bank statement with an equivalent closing balance of 3,500CAD with your application? Whilst, your program cost 14,400CAD. Why will you submit such an empty application for the visa officer to reject you?. That's not an ideal step by you!. Please be advised that IRCC requires that sponsor must show proof of funds to cover for the first academic year, this includes the tuition and living expenses of the applicant. More importantly, the living expenses has to be 10,000CAD. In light of this, your sponsor hasn't demonstrated sufficient proof of financial support to sponsor your stay in Canada without recourse to public funds. To this end, your application is at higher risk of getting a refusal.



As always, it will end in praise.

Thank you, is there any way to rectify this, sumbit a new proof of funds, or add another document to support the proof of funds document? @Frankrobbn1
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 2:20pm On Aug 01
[quote author=Lekiboboe post=92326011]
Apart from the Compulsory 1-year Living expenses of at least $10,000 CAD u need to show,
the Tuition fee for the program u applied to is also a determining factor to know if the 8million will be enough for ur self-sponsorship or not

All u have to do is to,
Convert the tuition fee of ur program for international student from Canadian Dollar (CAD) to Naira

Visit the link below for Currency Conversion Canadian Dollar to Naira, Naira to Canadian Dollar
https://www1.oanda.com/currency/converter/

The Amount u arrive at in Naira, add it up with the 1-year Living Expenses i.e the $10,000CAD which is around 2.9 million to 3 million add it to ur tuition fee in Naira, then u would know if 8 million is enough or not.

Note that atimes the total amount u arrive at can be different and tend to change,
cos of daily fluctuations of exchange rates (Most esp. $ USD) and Bank Rates at which foreign currencies are being sold


Hello boss, can you help answer my last question plus can i send you dm?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by dicedapples: 2:25pm On Aug 01
Hi guys, please does anyone know what this means, my application status has been on awaiting your action for the past month, but this morning my status changed to submitted , although eligibility and background is still under review and I haven’t gotten any message or mail.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Zikstar4me(m): 3:16pm On Aug 01
How can I do this?
fratermathy:


Some people even attach missing documents after getting medical requests. You can attach a document at any point in your application, as long as such document is integral to your application.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Time2soar: 3:32pm On Aug 01
silvamania:



That means you have submitted you applications already because am thinking of deferring to January 2021

Is it MBA also ?

Please, how long did it take for your to receive admission decision after submitting your application. I also applied for the MBA program, University of New Brunswick, Saint John but I have not heard from them.

Was the option to defer till January included in the letter of acceptance or communicated separately.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by SKEPTA: 3:53pm On Aug 01
Sanovsky007:
please when did your apply and when did your eligibility review start?


applied july 16
eligibility and background check still in progress

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ptoall1000: 4:19pm On Aug 01
Pls which universities offer two years Masters program for at 15,000 CAD dollars per annum.

What is the minimum that I ll have as PoF for such university?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ptoall1000: 5:21pm On Aug 01
Or is it possible to get a 2 years Master s program for as low as 15,000 dollars per annum?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Aderin0la: 6:46pm On Aug 01
Yes it’s possible


ptoall1000:
Or is it possible to get a 2 years Master s program for as low as 15,000 dollars per annum?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ptoall1000: 7:51pm On Aug 01
Aderin0la:
Yes it’s possible


Does anyone know any school with such fees?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Ome102595: 7:52pm On Aug 01
Hello,
If someone going for a 42 weeks PGD course that approximately 9 months and 6 weeks or something like that does that implies that the person get a 3 years work permit or 1-year work permit
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Tonyodg: 7:56pm On Aug 01
Ome102595:
Hello,
If someone going for a 42 weeks PGD course that approximately 9 months and 6 weeks or something like that does that implies that the person get a 3 years work permit or 1-year work permit
A year course equals 1 year work permit / 2 years equals 3years work permit
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Boom2: 10:15pm On Aug 01
majeobaje:
Hello everyone
I will like to make an enquiry about getting a masters degree admission in any university in Canada with a 3 years Bsc with 2.1 (Masters in Finance will be preferable) that doesn’t require GMAT or GRE, also the tuition fee range between 3k to 5k.
Thank you.

You can try the Atlantic province in Canada, schools there are affordable. Check memorial University of Newfoundland. Tuition is 3 k-4kCAD.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Boom2: 10:26pm On Aug 01
Can anyone pls help!!! I have applied for a diploma in Computer Systems and Networking in College of North Atlantic nd i was asked to send my transcript, i got confused nd felt i had to go to my secondary and Uni to get it. I sent the school a reply mail saying I can’t access my Transcript.

On this thread i found out my WAEC or NECO result is my transcript� i just got so confused on what to do, should i just scan the transcript to the school even i have told them I couldn’t access it?

My other question is , is it compulsory i fill out that i have a BSc or should i just stick with my O’level result. I have really not worked with my BSc cert. I have a registered catering outfit. You know how Nigeria can be with studying one thing nd getting a paying job at that same course of study. I just ventured into the catering Business.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 10:42pm On Aug 01
Boom2:
Can anyone pls help!!! I have applied for a diploma in Computer Systems and Networking in College of North Atlantic nd i was asked to send my transcript, i got confused nd felt i had to go to my secondary and Uni to get it. I sent the school a reply mail saying I can’t access my Transcript.

On this thread i found out my WAEC or NECO result is my transcript� i just got so confused on what to do, should i just scan the transcript to the school even i have told them I couldn’t access it?

My other question is , is it compulsory i fill out that i have a BSc or should i just stick with my O’level result. I have really not worked with my BSc cert. I have a registered catering outfit. You know how Nigeria can be with studying one thing nd getting a paying job at that same course of study. I just ventured into the catering Business.
Hello ,

If u have a B.SC, why going for an Ordinary DIPLOMA ? Fine u might get the Admission,

But

That shows no career progression, cos a VISA OFFICER will see it as a Vague purpose of Study and that could raise a RED FLAG for ur STUDY PERMIT Application and even if u decide not to mention ur B.SC degree, the Visa Officer will question on what u av bin doing in the 4-5 years degree u decided not to mention, cos ur age will tell


Based on ur profile,
ur best shot is to apply for a Masters program related to ur B.SC degree if u have a 2nd Class Upper

If its a 2.2/3rd Class go for a PGD/PGC in a related field, and u can also do a PGD/PGC in a Catering-Culinary Related field e.g Food Tourism etc. (Based on ur Catering Biz Outfit)

All da best!!!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ptoall1000: 11:10pm On Aug 01
Boom2:

You can try the Atlantic province in Canada, schools there are affordable. Check memorial University of Newfoundland. Tuition is 3 k-4kCAD.
This tuition is good o and not common
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Bestvibe2020: 12:15am On Aug 02
Please what does not applicable in background check mean..
Applied July 23 and profile changed to reviewing eligibility and background check none applicable on the 1st August.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Taiwolus: 1:05am On Aug 02
ptoall1000:

This tuition is good o and not common

No program at Memorial University of Newfoundland will charge you less than $6,500 CAD per year. And these courses (that charge about $6,500 CAD) make up less than 20% of the course options.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by milo9(m): 3:01am On Aug 02
Hi great people, my application status says background check not applicable. Is this an issue?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Jacktours: 4:16am On Aug 02
hello guys has any june 8 student visa applicant recieve an update ,since i applied no update ,just back ground check in progress and eligibility review, and school resumes sept 1.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Mzruffy: 6:52am On Aug 02
Hi good morning my people pls any news on biometric for us that haven’t done biometric, 90 days don past ooo i hope they will still consider us because of corona. Is medical after biometric?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Urrch: 7:32am On Aug 02
milo9:
Hi great people, my application status says background check not applicable. Is this an issue?


No

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by oonibest: 7:37am On Aug 02
good morning. great people. please how can i go about upfront medical. what are the steps for upfront medical. please my friend out cos he got admission to school in Canada. tanx God bless you all
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ptoall1000: 8:26am On Aug 02
Taiwolus:


No program at Memorial University of Newfoundland will charge you less than $6,500 CAD per year. And these courses (that charge about $6,500 CAD) make up less than 20% of the course options.

Pls what do you mean by make up less than 20% of the course option?
Even 7000 dollar per year is not even bad compared to many other universities.
Which other universities fall in this category of 7k per year?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Folhu57: 9:44am On Aug 02
Please can I migrate to Canada with school
While in the EE POOL.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NwanyiOkpa(f): 9:54am On Aug 02
Bestvibe2020:
Please what does not applicable in background check mean..
Applied July 23 and profile changed to reviewing eligibility and background check none applicable on the 1st August.

you are in soup.

kidding wink

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